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The CLIC

Comfy Seating Reading and study space in the CLIC at Bavaro Hall

Research Handbooks
Handbooks

Computers  One of the wireless Mac computer stations located in the CLIC at Bavaro Hall

Meeting Space Presentation space in the CLIC at Bavaro Hall

Relax or Study Space that can be used for Events or Presentations. There is a maximum capacity of 48 people for this space.

Digital Sender & Printer/Copier Digital Sender & Printer/Copier

Kay Buchanan, Head CLIC Librarian

Carole Lohman, CLIC Librarian

Dr. Nancy Kechner,  Research Software Support and Data Consultant

Bill Corey, Data Management Consultant

Summer Durrant, Data & Geographical Information Librarian

Locations of visitors to this page

THE CLIC (CURRY LIBRARY INNOVATION COMMONS)
The CLIC  provides group and individual study space, public computers, printers, copiers and a free scanner/digital sender, and a large presentation space. Two librarians and four data specialist have offices in the CLIC and are available to assist you with your research and data needs.

LOCATION:   Update, The CLIC is moving! On July 28th, the CLIC will move to Ruffner Hall, room 302. #44 on Map Until then, you will find us in Bavaro Hall, room 306  #57 on Map

TELEPHONE: 434-924-7040

REGULAR SUMMER HOURS a cloud
Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm*
Friday 8am-5pm*
Saturday & Sunday CLOSED
Yes, we will be open July 28 in the new location, Ruffner Hall 302!
*Exceptions are posted on this page.

NEWSLETTER
CLIC Librarians' Newsletters

RESEARCH HANDBOOK COLLECTION IN THE CLIC
Handbooks

LIBRARY RESEARCH GUIDES
The guides below help you locate databases, journals, books, statistics, data sets, test instruments, and other resources useful to you when you are writing papers and engaging in other types of academic research. 

Administration and Supervision
Athletic Training
Clinical and School Psychology
Communication Disorders see Speech Pathology and Audiology
Comparative Education
Curry Off-Grounds Program: Library Services & Resources
Counselor Education
Education
Education Policy
English Language Learners
Gifted Education
Higher Education
Higher Education Management
Instructional Technology
Kinesiology
Reading
Social Foundations of Education
Special Education
Speech Pathology and Audiology Program
Student Affairs

All UVa LibGuides.

LIBRARY RESOURCES

1. University Library Website

2. Journal Finder: Find and read journals full text

3. Children's Book Collection & Resources for Children's Literature Research

4. Printer and copier in the CLIC

5. Scanner/Digital Sender in the CLIC. You can use the CLIC's digital sender to scan a chapter from one of the CLIC handbooks and then send the digital copy of the chapter to your email account. It also can be used to scan and digitize research papers and other documents.  There is no charge to use the digital sender

6. RefWorks - bibliographic management software, free to U.Va. affiliates if you sign up with your U.Va. email address.

7. ILS -Interlibrary Services

8. You can schedule a research consultation with a CLIC librarian by contacting
Carole Lohman ccl5u@virginia.edu   434.924.7040
Kay Buchanan kac7f@virginia.edu   434.982.2664

9. To arrange a data consultation, see our list of contacts for the various research data services we offer.

LIBRARY WORKSHOPS AND CONSULTATIONS
Workshops & Consultations: Learn about databases. literature reviews; RefWorks; & Write-N-Cite, data sets, statistics, test instruments, using handbooks, and more.

OTHER RESOURCES

Cavalier Advantage
Collab
Data Management Consulting Group
IRB (Institutional Review Board)
ITS
Renovating Ruffner Hall BLOG
StatLab
More...

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